Self-guided Walking at Church Stretton

Shropshire Hills

Code: CSPOA

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Activity types:

  • Central location
  • Hills & moorland

Level

  • Easier
  • Easy
  • Medium
  • Hard
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Difficulty is measured on many factors such as distance, ascent/descent, terrain, weather and more. There's no magic formula, but from our experience we use yellow for easy, orange for medium and red for hard. Challenger holidays require a high level of fitness and stamina.

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Holiday overview

Enjoy a break in Shropshire with the walking experts; we have all the ingredients for your perfect Self-guided Walking holiday.

Our 4-star Country House, nestling on the slopes of the Long Mynd, is geared to the needs of walkers and outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy hearty local food, our legendary picnic lunches, and our excellent boot and drying room. To help you explore we'll give you a free Ordnance Survey map, plus detailed route notes for our recommended walking and cycle routes. On many holidays our experienced leaders are on hand to offer help and advice.

Great value. What’s included: 

  • Full Board accommodation - breakfast, evening meal and an extensive walkers' picnic lunch
  • A free Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale Explorer map of the local area with every booking
  • Detailed route notes, ranging from short strolls to longer hillwalks
  • Country House Escapes guide – full of information about local attractions, activities and suggested itineraries to help plan your break
  • All the Country House facilities, including our well equipped boot and drying room, plus our outdoor swimming pool
  • On many holidays our experienced walking leaders are available to offer help and advice

Accommodation

Longmynd House is set in a wonderful elevated location above the town of Church Stretton. With excellent walks on the doorstep, and a extensive public rooms, it is an excellent base for our walking    4-star Visit Britain Guest Accommodationand leisure activity holidays.

 

Bedrooms

Longmynd House has 50 bedrooms, all in the main building. These are situated on the top three floors. Some rooms have the benefit of a balcony so that guests can make the most of our enviable hillside location, whilst others overlook the extensive wooded grounds. There is a lift to all floors, and members of staff will always be on hand to welcome you and help with your luggage.

Our classic bedrooms offer comfortable accommodation and an en-suite bathroom with bath or shower. They also have TV, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. Single rooms are available for an extra £8 per night.

You can enjoy extra space or exceptional views plus additional facilities including a towelling robe and complimentary slippers when you upgrade to a premium bedroom. Premium rooms are available at just £5 extra per person per night.    

If you are travelling with your family, we have a selection of 3 and 4-bedded family bedrooms. These have all the facilities of our classic rooms plus full sized twin or double beds for adults and bunk beds or occasional beds for children.

Lodges

In addition there are 8 brick-built lodges in the grounds - a popular alternative for families or couples. These have either 1 or 2 bedrooms, plus a fully equipped kitchen, sitting/dining room and bathroom. Facilities include TV and DVD player, radio / CD player and hairdryer. Each lodge also has its own patio and parking.

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Facilities

All our Country Houses are tailored to the needs of walkers and outdoor enthusiasts and have excellent boot and drying rooms.

Longmynd House is one of our largest Country Houses and has extensive public rooms.

On the ground floor there is a large dining room and lounge bar, both designed to make maximum use of the oustanding views across the Stretton Valley. There is also a central lounge area plus three large additional rooms which can be used as a lounge, for additional dining, or as an activity room for our Leisure Activities holidays. Free WiFi is available in some public rooms and bedrooms.  There is also a range of board games and books. 

A large heated swimming pool (open May to September) and patio is situated on the lower tier beneath the bar and dining room.

Longmynd House sits in extensive wooded grounds. There are pleasant woodland walks on the slopes beneath the hotel, plus a sculpture trail and mini-golf.

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Food

All holidays at our Country Houses are Full Board with all meals included, from dinner on arrival to breakfast on the day of your departure.

Start your day with our extensive breakfast. Choose from a wide selection on the cold buffet and/or a full cooked breakfast. Maybe enjoy a lighter option of fruit and yoghurt followed by scrambled egg, go for porridge followed by a full English breakfast, or select something in between.

Choose from our famous self-select picnic lunches - everything you need to keep you going on a day outdoors. Your own choice of sandwiches is prepared to order, and you can add crisps and snacks, fruit, nuts, chocolate bars, sweets and biscuits as you wish.     

Our house-based Leisure Activities include an in-house lunch (generally soup, sandwiches etc).   

The relaxed dinner is a highlight of any stay at our Country Houses. With tables seating up to 10 and no seating plan, it offers a great opportunity to get to know your fellow guests. There is always a choice of dishes for every course, featuring good British cooking and often local specialities. A vegetarian option is always available.

All our Country Houses have a well-stocked bar serving local beers, wine and spirits.

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Evening

Guided Walking: enjoy a glass of wine or local beer in the bar before a talk about the next day's walks. After dinner there will be an activity or entertainment which you will be welcome to join. These vary from week to week but could include a talk on local wildlife from a visiting speaker or a team quiz. Alternatively if you prefer, feel free to just relax in our lounge or bar.

Leisure Activities: many of our Leisure Activities holidays continue into the evening with programmed sessions. Other holidays will have the evenings free, and you will be welcome to join in other social activities that may be happening in the house.

Family holidays: our activity leaders are on hand to organise children’s activities and games for younger children before dinner. These could include rounders, outdoor games, or crafts. After dinner there are further activities for the whole family.

Self-Guided Walking: there may be evening social activities happening in the house during your holiday, and you will be most welcome to join in. However, not all self-guided holidays will have evening activities available – if these are important to you, please check before booking.

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Accessibility

Car Parking and Arrival

We have ample private car parking located at the front of the hotel. The car park is level and illuminated at night. Check in is normally from 3pm, earlier arrival may be possible, please advise us accordingly. Disabled Parking can be found to the side of the main entrance.

Main Entrance and Reception and Public Areas

The car park and main entrance to hotel are both on ground level. Our main door opens inwards and is 166 cm wide. The hotel reception is situated to the left of our main entrance. Our Bar, Restaurant and Functions rooms are also all located on the ground floor. There are fitted carpets everywhere in the hotel and from our lounge there is only a small step measuring 10 cm high down onto the corridor leading to our foyer. However this is not a problem as we have more than one method of access to these public areas which does not involve the usage of the step. Also at the entrance to one of our function rooms we have a step measuring 10.5 cm high which can also be accessed from an alternative ground floor access.

The front door remains unlocked until 11pm approx when the bar closes, to access the hotel building after this please make arrangements with reception on check in. There is a bell at the reception desk to summon assistance. Assistance with luggage is also available upon check-in and check out.

There is just one main staircase in the hotel giving access to all three floors. From the foyer there are 11 steps to a “half” landing, then to the left another 8 steps to a “half” landing, then to the left again another 8 steps to the landing of the first floor. Then from the first floor there are 9 steps to a “half” landing, to the left another 8 steps to a “half” landing then again to the left another 4 steps to the landing of the second floor. Then from the second floor to the third floor there are 9 steps to a “half” landing, then to the left another 8 steps to a “half” landing then to the left again just one step to the third floor landing. On average there is a 18 cm gap between each step. There is a wooden handrail which travels from Ground floor to third floor. There is also an elevator which can be found just beside the stair case in foyer also going to all three floors if required.

We have male and female toilets on the ground floor in the reception area and also a disabled toilet on the third floor which can be accessed by elevator or staircase. Please contact reception if you require access to this bathroom during your stay with us.

Longmynd House has central heating and individual thermostats on all bedroom radiators, Electric fans are available for the rooms during hot weather if required.

The Lounge

Guests are welcome to use the lounge at any time. It is furnished with a selection of arm chairs and sofas. We light an open coal fire in the winter evenings and provide magazines, news papers and board games for the guests’ enjoyment.

The Dining Room

We have two main restaurants, Caradoc and Ashlett, although our other two function rooms have licences to serve food too, so in high season or during busy periods then the other two function rooms, Ragleth and Burway, can also be used as restaurants. Our tables are of standard height can easily accommodate wheelchair users. The dining chairs are high backed and are wooden. The chairs do not have arm rests although this can be provided. The dining room floor is flat and covered with fitted carpets. There is one step down into the lower section of the restaurant. An alternative route can be arranged for wheelchair users.

A full and varied breakfast menu is on offer and any dietary requirements can be catered for with priory notice. For lunch and evening meals we offer a varied menu of which the chefs are using locally sourced, high quality produce. The chef is always happy to discuss dietary requirements you may have.

The Bar

The bar is spread across our Caradoc restaurant and Lounge area, and can be seen from the reception foyer. The furniture is a mixture of tables and chairs in different styles.

Bedrooms

We have 50 bedrooms all of which are fully carpeted with en-suite bathrooms. Some of our rooms have balconies and views across the valley. They all have televisions with remote controls. Every room has clock-radios and tea coffee making facilities. Each room has a seating area, either with an arm chair or sofa. In the room we also provide hair dryers and a selection of reading material. Beds are made up of crisp white cotton under sheets, white cotton top sheet and blankets and soft cotton pillow cases. Some beds have throws and there are extra blankets and pillows in the wardrobe. All the single beds are 3 Foot wide and 2 Foot high and the double beds are 4 Foot 6” and 2 Foot high.

The majority of our bedrooms have showers which have a step 9 inches into them.

Lodges

The main door to the lodge may have a step in, which varies in size up to a maximum of 9 inches. Alternative access can be arranged or a ramp can be provided with prior notice. All lodges are heated and have a fully equipped kitchen, sitting/dining room, bedroom(s) and bath room (bath with shower over). Bed linen and towels are provided. All the single beds are 3ft wide and 2ft high and the double beds are 4ft 6" and 2ft high.

Outside areas

We have two outdoor seating areas, one just in front of the main entrance, on a wooden deck ten 6 inch steps up or via ramp. The other seating area is only open from April – October every year as there is a 14m by 6m swimming pool, the shallow end being 1m and the deep end 3m. During the swimming pool opening times deck chairs and tables are put out for guests to sit and relax if they wish.

Additional Information

Assistance dogs accompanying visually or hearing impaired guests are welcome; dogs must be kept on a lead or harness at all times.

Fire evacuation notices are displayed in the bedrooms and throughout the hotel. Each room has its own smoke sensor and fire alarm. In the event of a fire a very loud continuous alarm sounds and emergency lighting comes on. We have portable Deaf guard fire alarm system for those who are hard of hearing. This consists of a vibrating pad to go under the pillow and a bright strobe light. The Deaf guard is triggered when main alarm is activated.

In the case of evacuation there are fire exits in every function room, bar and restaurant as well as the main front entrance. On the first, second and third floors there are fire exits at either end of the corridors which open to an emergency fire escape stairwell.

Please advise reception on check in if you think you would require assistance in the event of an emergency. Door hangers are available in the rooms which can be used to indicate a need for assistance. Fire extinguishers are found throughout the building, as are fire call points. If you discover a fire please call 9-999 from your room phone, raise the alarm and alert a member of staff.

Self-guided walks

To make the most of your break use the Discovery Point at Longmynd House - the starting point for your outdoor adventure. 

You'll find our recommended walking and cycling routes - detailed route notes for you to borrow contain route maps, and information about the places of interest on the walk. There's also a comprehensive library of local maps and guidebooks.

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When you're not walking, there's plenty to do locally. Why not visit the excellent UNESCO World Heritage museums at Ironbridge Gorge, take the train to historic Ludlow, or visit a National Trust property . See the 'Local Area' tab for further ideas.


During your stay at Church Stretton you can enjoy the following recommended routes: 

Laid back walks HF Holidays walks level 1 easierHF Holidays walks grade 2 easy

Our easiest routes, allowing plenty of time to savour the magnificent Shropshire landscapes. All our walk notes suggest the best places to stop, great pubs, and tea rooms.

Pole Bank - 1. 5 miles

Exploring the Carding Mill Valley - 3 miles

The Stiperstones - 3 miles

The Gaerstones - 4 miles

Welshpool & Powis Castle - 4 miles

Bishop's Castle - 4 miles

Ironbridge Gorge - 4 miles


Leg stretcher walks HF Holidays walks grade 2 easyHF Holidays walks level 3 medium

Some longer walks which start to venture onto the Shropshire hills. Experience the beauty of this rural county as you walk through stunning scenery.

Around Ragleth - 5 miles

Stiperstones Circuit - 5 miles

Slopes of Caer Caradoc - 6 miles  Sample route - Slopes of Caer Caradoc 

Long Mynd & Carding Mill Valley - 6 miles  Sample route - Long Mynd & Carding Mill Valley

Long Mynd & Ashes Hollow - 7 miles


Full on walks HF Holidays walks level 3 mediumHF Holidays walks grade 4 hard

For those who enjoy striding out. These walks include some many of the hills within easy reach of Church Stretton.

Ragleth & Hope Bowdler Hill - 8 miles

Long Mynd & Minton Hill - 8 miles

Caer Caradoc - 9 miles

Bishop's Moat - 9 miles

Caer Caradoc & the Lawley - 11 miles

Grand Long Mynd Circuit - 13 miles

Local area

During your stay at Longmynd House you may enjoy visiting the following places of interest, either in your free time, or on your journey to and from Shropshire:

The attractive small town of Church Stretton is around 10 minutes' walk away. After the arrival of the railway, the town grew in the Victorian and Edwardian eras and became known as 'Little Switzerland' due to the dramatic hills on both sides of the valley. Today the town retains its bygone charm and has a range of facilities including a variety of small shops, banks, cafés, pubs and a supermarket.

Ludlow
Easily reached by  train, or around 20 minutes' drive away, Ludlow is a particularly attractive market town. The historic centre retains many of its medieval buldings, and is towered over by its well-preserved castle. In recent years the town has developed as something of a gastronomic centre, being home to celebrated Michelin-starred restaurants and many acclaimed local food producers. www.ludlowcastle.com

Ironbridge Gorge
A little further afield, about 45 minutes' drive from Church Stretton, are the many excellent museums of Ironbridge Gorge. Known as the 'birthplace of the Industrial Revolution' it was here that Abraham Darby perfected the manufacture of cast iron which was later used to build the area's iconic iron bridge across the River Severn. Today there are 10 museums in the gorge including the Museum of Iron, the Coleport China Museum and the excellent Blists Hill Victorian town. www.ironbridge.org.uk/

Acton Scott Working Farm
Situated just 10 minutes' drive from Church Stretton, the Acton Scott Working Farm Museum is a living museum based around a restored Victorian farm. In recent years this has featured in the BBC2 series Victorian Farm and Escape in Time. www.actonscott.com

Severn Valley Railway
The Severn Valley Railway is one of Britain's premier steam railways. This lovingly recreated Great Western Railway branch line is now run largely by volunteers and is home to an impressive collection of locomotives. As its name suggests the line follows the rural valley of the River Severn from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster. The nearest station at Bridgnorth is about 40 minutes' drive from Church Stretton. www.svr.co.uk

Shrewsbury
Also easily reached by train, or a 30 minute drive, Shrewsbury is the county town of Shropshire. The town centre is particularly attractive featuring many black and white timber houses dating from the 15th and 16th centuries. 

Much Wenlock
The small town of Much Wenlock, about 30 minutes' drive from Church Stretton, is particularly attractive with many black and white timbered houses. Despite its small size the town can claim to be the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games.

Hereford
The cathedral city of Hereford, is just under an hour's drive away, and can also be reached by direct train from Church Stretton. Hereford Cathedral houses a chained library and the famous Mappa Mundi, a 13th century map of the world. www.herefordcathedral.org

Attingham Park
A grand 18th century house surrounded by an extensive deer park, located outside Shrewsbury, around 25 minutes' drive away. Now managed by the National Trust you can visit the ornate rooms and explore the walled garden and grounds. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/attingham-park

Powis Castle
This former medieval fortress has been remodelled  over more than 400 years – each generation adding to the magnificent collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and tapestries. Theworld-famous garden is overhung with clipped yews, and shelters rare and tender plants. The castle is located near Welshpool, about 45 minutes' drive from Church Stretton. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/powis-castle

Chirk Castle
Just under an hour's drive north of Church Stretton, Chirk Castle is a fine medieval fortress completed in 1310. As well as military displays, the castle was also a domestic home for many centuries, and is surrounded by excellent gardens. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chirk-castle

Travel

Longmynd House, Cunnery Road, Church Stretton, Shropshire SY6 6AG

New at HF HolidaysWe are making it even easier for you to get to Longmynd House.

Our own station transfers: We offer a reduced price taxi transfer between Church Stretton railway station and the Longmynd every Friday and Monday. The pickup is at 3.15pm from Church Stretton railway station. On departure day the transfer will get you back to Church Stretton railway station for 9.15am or 9.45am. The transfer is £5 return, but a place must be reserved in advance by calling our Reservations team on 0345 470 7558

By train: The nearest train station is Church Stretton, which is less than a mile from Longmynd House. However the house is at the top of a very steep hill (it has great views!) so a taxi is recommended, particularly if you have heavy luggage. For train times and general rail enquiries visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 03457 484950 (from outside the UK call +44 20 7278 5240).

By car: Follow the A49 to Church Stretton. At the traffic lights turn off the A49 into the town. At the first T junction turn left into the High Street. Go straight over the mini-roundabout, and then take the next right into Cunnery Road. Follow the road up a steep hill and around a hairpin bend. Longmynd House is at the top of the hill on the left hand side. Look out for our sign. A car park is available in the grounds with free parking.

To help you plan your journey, use www.traveline.info

Reviews

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25 Aug 2016, 8:53 a.m.

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Excellent staff service to ensure your enjoyment of your stay.

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A hotel in beautiful setting although foot access is difficult because of its high position above Church Stretton. Once inside, the hotel is clean and comfortable, the food excellent (including lunch pack-ups) and the staff are totally committed to you enjoying your stay. Hotel needs long-term commitment to some refurbishment.
21 Aug 2016, 7:36 p.m.

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Getting information was hard , there focus was on there nightly quiz , we wanted walking information , food was Ok , some nights ware a bit below average like fish pie and cabbage

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We were on a self guided holiday , we have traveled the world doing self guided walks, but at this destination we found we had trouble getting advice re walks the self guided walks that they had on offer were very easy walks they only offed one hard walk and we were there for 7 days , and it was obvious that no one from the hotel had walked it in recent times as some of the public walk ways were over grown and two pictures on there directions had been flipped when printed . We did end up doing some great walking but that was only because we went to the local information office . This information should be available from the hotel reception . If you want to promote self guide walks you need to help with meeting the clients requirements as they are the vistor looking for your advise on your area other wise they wouldn't be there what we were offered we could have got at many accomodation . HF were supposed to be offering more than just a room .
Thank you for your feedback.

I was so sorry to read that you felt the information we supplied was not up to date or sufficient for the type of walks you wished to do and this in turn caused you to feel disappointed with your holiday on this occasion.

We have a selection of 22 self-guided routes for guests to borrow from our Discovery Point at Church Stretton. This includes 6 routes which are 9-16miles in length and which we would classify as harder walks. We appreciate that everyone has a different understanding of levels of difficulty and we’re sorry that the routes on offer didn’t provide what you wanted. The feedback from guests about our self-guided routes has been really good, but as with any route – there will be changes over time and we encourage guests to let us know if there are any problems with the directions and we then send our leaders out to re-assess/revise the routes where necessary.

I have also noted your concern with the food and will pass your comments through to our Food and Beverage Manager to take note and improve on for future holidays.

I do hope we will be able to welcome you on another HF holiday soon.

Assuring you of our best intentions always

Kind regards
Toni

Toni McNulty
Customer Relations Manager
HF Holidays
18 Aug 2016, 4:03 p.m.

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Good organisation and reliable standards

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Excellent food at dinner. Great breakfast but room for improvement. Disappointed by lack of shower in room
12 Aug 2016, 5:54 a.m.

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Very pleased by the way in which HF is operating at the Long Mynd hotel after several happy visits there when it was in private ownership. Booking the holiday was also handled well with polite friendliness and courtesy.

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Comfortable room, good food, helpful staff and a very nice group of guests. The manager deserves special mention. She was hardworking, always interested in us as individuals and ran a very good ship in a pleasant, friendly, efficient and businesslike way at all times.
11 Aug 2016, 2:30 p.m.

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Having received a leaflet with my final despatch offering additional nights at £45, my telephone enquiry could not be answered immediately and I was promised a call-back at an arranged time later that morning. The call-back did not happen. I called again only to be told that the offer applied only to couples, and that as a single an extra night would cost about £128 while an extra 3 nights would cost >£300. After telling your booking clerk that I could not believe these figures to be true (as it was impossible that you would sell a double room to a couple for £90 but the same room to a single for £128), and listening to a 'load of bull' as he attempted to justify the prices I finished the conversation, very disappointed at the lack of a call-back and then of the lack of professionalism of a customer-facing operative.
Thank you for your feedback.

I was pleased to read that you enjoyed your holiday at Church Stretton however, I was concerned to hear of your disappointment with our frontline service and administration of your booking. I would like to say that our Reservations and Administration teams are usually very helpful with guests trying to make a booking or alteration to their existing holiday and I am sorry, if on this occasion, this was not the case.

I will look into this for you and a reply will be sent privately within the next 7-15 days.

All feedback is extremely important to us as it helps us to see areas that need improvement so that our guests overall experience with us will always be enjoyable.

I do hope we will be able to welcome you on another HF holiday in the future.

Kind regards
Toni

Toni McNulty
Customer Relations Manager
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11 Aug 2016, 2:12 p.m.

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The new manageress is doing sterling work but the upstairs, particularly the bathrooms, could do with a refurbishment. The pictures are well overdue for replacement. Perhaps you will decide soon whether to keep the hotel: it seems to be in a popular and readily assessible area
11 Aug 2016, 1:29 p.m.

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I received very good service from the Country House staff.
11 Aug 2016, 10:39 a.m.

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I have not yet been disappointed with an HF holiday!
I like the ethos of HF, and especially the fact that the walk leaders are all volunteers - they do it because they love doing it!

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The acting manager was great - very hard-working and keen to make things go well for everyone. The house is a little 'tired' in places - but this did not detract from the holiday! This is a beautiful area of Britain.
11 Aug 2016, 9:16 a.m.

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good value holidays in lovely parts of the country

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Very welcoming staff, excellent food and service. The swimming pool was a real bonus. The bed was too small and the room stuffy as we were unable to open the windows wide.
8 Aug 2016, 11:41 a.m.

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Very good food, with good staff.
Helpful in every way

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Excellent information point.
Bedroom clean and comfortable.
Room 20 was rather noisy first thing in the morning, with dustbins etc.

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10 Mar 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £265.00 £205.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
10 Mar 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 2 £150.00 £150.00 Book Now
17 Mar 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 2 £170.00 £170.00 Book Now
17 Mar 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £265.00 £205.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
24 Mar 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £265.00 £205.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
14 Apr 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £225.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
21 Apr 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 5 £463.00 £463.00 Book Now
21 Apr 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £225.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
28 Apr 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £225.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
5 May 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £239.00 Spring Offer - Save £60 pp Book Now
19 May 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
26 May 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
2 Jun 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
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23 Jun 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
30 Jun 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £239.00 Save £60 pp Book Now
16 Jul 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 5 £499.00 £399.00 Save £100 pp Book Now
21 Jul 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
4 Aug 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
11 Aug 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
18 Aug 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
25 Aug 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
1 Sep 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £249.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
8 Sep 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £239.00 Save £60 pp Book Now
22 Sep 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £299.00 £229.00 Save £70 pp Book Now
29 Sep 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £225.00 Save £60 pp Book Now
6 Oct 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £245.00 Save £40 pp Book Now
13 Oct 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £285.00 £245.00 Save £40 pp Book Now
27 Oct 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £265.00 £215.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
3 Nov 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £265.00 £215.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
10 Nov 2017 CSPOA - Self-guided Walking - Church Stretton 3 £249.00 £199.00 Save £50 pp Book Now
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  • Standard single room: (2016) £8 per night; (2017) no supplement
  • Premium single room: £15 per night (2017 only)
  • Premium twin/double room: (2016) £5 per person per night; (2017) £10 per person per night
  • Non-member associate fee: (2016) £5 per person; (2017) £10 per person